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2024 PVL All-Filipino Finals Match 1

PVL All-Filipino Finals schedule Game 1 (May 9)

Slim Araneta Coliseum

4:00 PM – PetroGazz Angels vs Chery Tiggo Crossovers (battle for third place)
6:00 PM – Choco Mucho Flying Titans vs Creamline Cool Smashers (Final, Game 1)

FFULL SCHEDULE HERE.

PVL: Experience tests the appetite as the Creamline-Choco Mucho series begins

Choco Mucho's MAddie Madayag and Isa Molde during a PVL semi-final match.

Maddie Madayag and Isa Molde of Choco Mucho during a PVL semi-final match against Creamline Cool Smashers. –MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.net

Choco Mucho has worked his way up in the PVL to become a legitimate championship contender, showing his willingness to win it all for the first time in franchise history during this All-Filipino Conference after winning the semifinals.

And once again, standing in the way of the Flying Titans is an old tormentor in Creamline, which is back in full force as of Thursday’s 6 p.m. series opener at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.

“All I can say is we’ve come a long way,” said captain Maddie Madayag, a Choco Mucho pioneer, shortly after making his second consecutive title series appearance by defeating Petro Gazz on Sunday night. “So far I still can’t believe we’re here yet. FULL STORY

Jaja Santiago joins Chery Tiggo, but does not play in PVL bronze tiff

Jaja Santiago Taka Minowa UAAP volleyball Final Four

Jaja Santiago watches the UAAP Season 86 Women’s Volleyball Final Four match between NU and FEU at Araneta Coliseum with husband and Japanese coach Taka Minowa.–MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.net

MANILA, Philippines – Jaja Santiago will be with Chery Tiggo when it opens its bronze series against Petro Gazz at the 2024 PVL All-Filipino Conference, but don’t expect her to perform at Smart Araneta Coliseum on Thursday.

Expectations were high when the 6-foot-1 middle blocker attended Chery Tiggo’s training, but she won’t risk playing with her Japanese citizenship.

“You will see me there, but I will not play. Because I’m in the process. It’s hard to take risks. I can play, but it is difficult to take risks (my citizenship process),” Santiago told reporters as he supported her alma mater National University in the do-or-die UAAP Final Four match against Far Eastern University on Wednesday in the Big Dome. FULL STORY